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Title: Labor economy and social - labor relations
Authors: Карбашевський, Віталій Васильович
Karbashevsky, Vitaliy
Крилова, Ірина Георгіївна
Krylova, Irene
Keywords: The social character of labor
economic system
Labor market
human resources of society
Labor potential of society
Employment and unemployment
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Миколаївський національний аграрний університет
Citation: Labor economy and social - labor relations [Електронний ресурс] : methodical recommendations and tasks for practical classes and individual work for full-time and part-time Bachelor students in specialties 071 "Accounting and Taxation" 072 "Finance, Banking and Insurance" 073 "Management" / compiler: Vitaliy Karbashevsky, Iryna Krylova. – Миколаїв : МНАУ, 2018. - 103 с.
Abstract: The development of human society, the progress of mankind is impossible without labour. It was and is the basis of human existence in all economic conditions. Thanks to labour, the potential of productive forces and social wealth is accumulated. In the process of labor a system of social and labor relations is formed. In the political and economic aspect, social and labor relations can be defined as a set of objectively existing qualitative and quantitative concepts and categories that characterize the interaction of subjects of labor relations in the process of labor and in the field of basic parameters of the level and quality of life of the population. In a market economy, the formation of a socially oriented economy of Ukraine is accompanied by unemployment, inflation, strikes and social tension in society, which significantly affects the standard of living of the population, the efficiency of labor and production.
URI: http://dspace.mnau.edu.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/5199
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